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Ketchikan is accessible in less time, and at a lower cost than any other region of Alaska

Getting Here

The journey is half the fun

Ketchikan is accessible in less time, and at a lower cost than any other region of Alaska – We’re only 90 minutes by air from Seattle or a scenic ferry trip through the Inside Passage on the Alaskan Marine Highway System. 


By Air >>

Alaska Airlines provides daily jet service from Seattle and northern Alaskan communities. Charter and float plane services also carry visitors to and from Ketchikan.

By Sea >>

From April through September, Cruise lines call on Ketchikan, and the Alaska Marine Highway offers weekly departures from Bellingham to Ketchikan. This 30-hour trip follows the fabled Inside Passage. Perfect for RV vacations and driving trips.

Getting Around Ketchikan >>

Numerous transportation options make it easy to get around Ketchikan.

Ketchikan Maps >>

Orient yourself to Ketchikan and Southeast Alaska.